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sequential_refinements [2018/08/09 09:08]
rowlesmr3
sequential_refinements [2018/08/09 09:10]
rowlesmr3 [Sample input file]
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 Several macros will be introduced regarding setting up the sequential refinement with the #list command, outputting of refined parameter values, and fast plotting of the data to see how the parameter values change between datasets. Several macros will be introduced regarding setting up the sequential refinement with the #list command, outputting of refined parameter values, and fast plotting of the data to see how the parameter values change between datasets.
  
-A sample input file, largely ​taken from John's tutorial, is provided at the end.+A sample input file, taken essentially totally ​from John's tutorial, is provided at the end.
  
 ===== Sequential refinement setup ===== ===== Sequential refinement setup =====
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 'This single output macro encapsulate all of the desired outputs, allowing it ' 'This single output macro encapsulate all of the desired outputs, allowing it '
 ' ​ to be easily turned on and off with the above #​define'​ ' ​ to be easily turned on and off with the above #​define'​
-' The Output macro is referred to at the end of the input file+' The Output macro is referred to at the end of the input file '
 macro Output { macro Output {
  'Only write the header the first time the file is run'  'Only write the header the first time the file is run'
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  '​output the following parameters for each str '  '​output the following parameters for each str '
  ' Yes, there is doubling up on things like R_wp, but '  ' Yes, there is doubling up on things like R_wp, but '
- ' this is an expedient way of doing it.+ ' this is an expedient way of doing it. '
  for strs {  for strs {
  Out_Results(outFileName) {  Out_Results(outFileName) {

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